EVERYDAY GOURMET 15 Minute Chicken Marsala
Here is a recipe that isimpressive enough for the weekend and quick enough for a weeknight!
15 minute chicken marsala for 2
1 large garlic and herb marinated chicken breast (I find mine in the meat ... Posted on 9/3/11 at 9:09 PM
FARM BLEAT Remembering Andrea
For those of you Farm Bleat readers who also read the Daily Globe, today's edition features a story about Andrea Ruesch, a former Worthingtonian who died suddenly on Sunday at the age of 37. She was t... Posted on 12/23/09 at 4:26 AM
U.S. production of table eggs bound for breakfast tables, baked goods and other purposes was down 0.6 percent in April, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said on Friday, as the country's worst-ever bird flu outbreak decimated flocks.
As a virulent avian influenza outbreak continues to spread across the Midwestern United States, some egg-dependent companies are contemplating drastic steps: importing eggs from overseas or looking to egg alternatives.
P.J. Huffstutter and Bill Berkrot
May 22, 2015
With bird flu in the news, I hope folks will consider whether to continue using birds for food.
Think about those big sheds where birds are raised for consumption and what it would be like to spend your whole life there.
Sanderson Farms Inc, the third largest U.S. poultry producer, plans to continue using antibiotics on its birds partly because there are no alternatives on the horizon for treating a deadly but common gut disease, Chief Executive Officer Joe Sanderson said on Wednesday.
At a time when some cities are trying to find ways to accommodate chickens, New Brighton, Minn., is considering banning fowl after more than a year of discussion over what has become an increasingly polarizing issue in the suburban community.
In barns filled with classical music and lighting that changes to match the hues outside, rows of chickens are fed a diet rich in probiotics, a regimen designed to remove the need for the drugs and chemicals that have tainted the global food chain.
Naveen Thukral and Gavin Maguire
May 18, 2015
A northwestern Wisconsin processing plant has recalled nearly 2,200 pounds of chicken that a routine inspection found may have been contaminated by a disinfectant, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said on Friday.
A large chicken egg-laying facility in Renville County and another turkey farm in Meeker County, both in Minnesota, are the latest cases of bird flu to be reported in Minnesota, but the peak probably came about three weeks ago and many farmers are hoping to restart operations.
Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts issued a state of emergency declaration on Thursday, after federal agriculture officials confirmed a second farm site had tested positive for the rapidly spreading avian flu virus, according to state officials.
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